Jean and I recently stayed at the Cork International Airport Hotel (Click Here). We were on our way to Spain to get a natural top-up of my Vitamin D levels and we had an early flight to catch the following morning. We parked up and left the car there for the duration of our absence. The hotel provides a mini-bus service to and from the airport. There are ample designated disabled parking spaces to the rear of the hotel and whilst it is to the rear of the hotel it really is not the back door. We had a beautiful meal in the hotel restaurant, The New Yorker, to get our holiday off to a good start. Jean had Paté and I had Caesar Salad and we both followed with a succulent Belly of Pork
The entrance foyer is part carpeted and the reception desk caters for wheelchair users. There is also a wheelchair accessible toilet in the foyer.
Our room was spacious and perfectly accessible with a full ‘wet room’. This selection of photographs describes our accommodation better than any of my words.
We had visited the hotel previously were disappointed on a number of fronts but this time we had no complaints. We had an early night followed by an early start and the following morning we headed for Spain to make our contribution to the recovering Spanish economy.
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